Blockchains provide an immutable ledger of data without relying on oversight by a central authority. Its various applications are the center of attention for many innovators, and there are still a lot of challenges to be addressed in this field.

Today, Cynthia Gilbert, a software patent attorney, computer scientist and one of the founding partners at Blueshift IP – a U.S. patent law firm specializing in software patents – is focusing on introducing the blockchain technology and its patentable applications.

Listen to Episode 03 of The Software Patent Podcast – Beyond the Buzzwords series, to learn about the two types of innovators in this space, and the areas where there’s more opportunity to identify patentable subject matter.

Useful Resources:

Subscribe

SHARE ON

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on whatsapp

Newsletter

You Might Like

The 5 Biggest Patent Pitfalls to Avoid

For companies that have proprietary software, protecting your intellectual property is essential to surviving in today’s market. While there are multiple avenues for protecting intellectual property – each with its…

Patent Roadmaps to Help Steer Your Business

Establishing a solid patent portfolio goes beyond filing individual patent applications. Securing enforceable intellectual property requires careful planning and cultivation of a portfolio of patents. A protective patent portfolio starts…